HIDE SNP NAMES

The Big Tree: R-L627

R-P312/S116 > Z290 > L21/S145 > DF13 > DF21/S192 > Z30233 > FGC3903/S5201 > S5199 > Z246 > DF25 > DF5 > ZZ32 > CTS3655 > ~22290795-C-A > L627

L627
FGC3929
FGC3933
FGC3935
BY12307
FGC3911
FGC3912
FGC3913
FGC3914
FGC3916
FGC3919
FGC3920
BY23874
FGC3931
FGC3934
FGC3936
FGC3938
FGC3941
BY3364
BY3366
BY3367
BY3370
BY3372 Y69000
BY3376
BY3377
BY3379
BY3382 ZS12664
BY3383
BY12308
BY12306
BY3368
BY3371
BY3374
BY3375
BY43576
Y133357
BY115809
FT16747
FT45471
Y139020
FT24155
BY12309
BY12310
BY12312
BY111495
8920679-AC-A
Sloss
340690
Lusk
188948
Harshaw
215159
Harsha
442777
Harshaw
449050 449050
Moore
130051
Moore
N25192
Muir
429662
unknown
B129471
Walker
96392
Harding
562136

Overlay STR Data for an STR:


Porter
N28007
Oakes
H2290
Williamson
196041
A red background is used for men whose data has not yet been fully analyzed. His position on the tree is not yet final, and will in general be downstream of the current position. He may not be positive for all the SNPs/INDELs in the block he descends from.

Men whose NGS data have been fully analyzed are indicated with a grey background color.

Those men with a grey background and a pink bar to their left have been finalized, but haven't gone through as much scrutinity as earlier kits have. In particular, no search has been made for recurrent SNPs or other unusual mutations. For the vast majority of kits, this has no effect at all, but I will review them as necessary in the future.

CTS4296
22233413-G-A
Mutations written with a red background fall within a region of the Y chromosome, such as the palindromic region, which has left the position of the mutation ambiguous. The true mutation may be at the indicated position, or at any one of a number of alternate positions.

Z18068
SNP names which are bold grey indicates that their exact position on the tree is uncertain. This SNP may belong further upstream or all downstream branches may not be positive for it. This is often the case for SNPs found in FGC kits or 1kG kits in regions not covered by BigY tests.